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- India After The Global Crisis by Shankar Acharya Omkar Goswami
- Boomerang: The Meltdown Tour by Michael Lewis Ajit Sahi
- Breakout Nations – In Search of the Next Economic Miracles
by Ruchir Sharma
Rahul Sharma
- Red Tape – Bureaucracy, Structural Violence, and Poverty in India
by Akhil Gupta
Vidya Venkat
- India Grows At Night – A Liberal Case for a Strong State
An extract
Gurcharan Das
- Pax Indica: India and the World of the 21st Century by Shashi Tharoor Radha Kumar
- Nepal in Transition edited by Sebastian von Einsiedel,
David M. Malone and Suman Pradhan
Dipak Gyawali
- The Unfinished Memoirs: Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Deb Mukharji
- The World in Our Time: A Memoir by Tapan Raychaudhuri Ravindra Karnena
- To Cherish and Conserve: The Early Years of the Archeological
Survey of India
by John Keay
Rakesh Hooja
- The Liberals by Hindol Sengupta Devangshu Datta
- Lionel Asbo: State of England by Martin Amis Dilip Bobb
- The Village by Nikita Lalwani Shalini Mukerji
- The Illicit Happiness of Other People by Manu Joseph Sharmistha Gooptu
- Let Me Tell You About Quinta by Savia Viegas Jason Keith Fernandes
- Chronicle of a Corpse Bearer by Cyrus Mistry Jerry Pinto
- The Obliterary Journal Volume 1 Shohini Ghosh
- Muslim Devotional Art in India by Yousuf Saeed Mahmood Farooqui
- Paradox: The Nine Greatest Enigmas in Science by Jim Al-Khalili Shobhit Mahajan
- C. V. Raman – A Biography by Uma Parameswaran Ranjit Nair
- “Replacing God? – why Science alone cannot answer the questions of humanity.” An essay Prahlad Shekhawat
DILIP BOBB is Group Editor, Special Projects & Features, The Indian Express.
DEVANGSHU DATTA is Consulting Editor of Business Standard.
GURCHARAN DAS is an author and commentator. His works include The Difficulty of Being Good; the international bestseller India Unbound; a novel, AFine Family; a book of essays, The Elephant Paradigm; and an anthology, Three Plays, consisting of Larins Sahib, Mira and 9 Jakhoo Hill.
MAHMOOD FAROOQUI is a performer and writer. He is the author of Besieged: Voices from Delhi 1857 (Penguin, 2010).
JASON KEITH FERNANDES is a doctoral student at the Department of Anthropology, ISCTE-Institute of the University of Lisbon. He shuttles between Lisbon and Goa, maintaining a link with Goa’s vibrant public space through regular op-ed columns in two English-language newspapers. His columns and other
writings are archived at
SHOHINI GHOSH is Professor, Sajjad Zaheer Chair, AKJ Mass Communication Research Centre, Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.
OMKAR GOSWAMI is an economist, commentator and Chairman of CERG Advisory Private Limited.
DIPAK GYAWALI is an academician with the Nepal Academy of Science and Technology. A former Minister of Water Resources of Nepal, it was the cabinet he was a member of which brought about an indigenous ceasefire with the Nepali Maoists in January 2003.
SHARMISTHA GOOPTU is a film scholar and Founding Trustee of the South Asia Research Foundation.
RAKESH HOOJA †(24.11.1950 - 7.9.2012) retired from the Indian Administrative Services and was Director, Indian Institute of Public Administration.
RAVINDRA KARNENA is a researcher based in Delhi.
RADHA KUMAR is Executive Director of the Delhi Policy Group.
SHOBHIT MAHAJAN teaches Physics at the University of Delhi and has written several books on popular science.
SHALINI MUKERJI is an independent writer, researcher and editor.
DEB MUKHARJI was a member of the Indian Foreign Service (1964-2001). He served in Islamabad (1968-1971) and Dhaka (1977-1980 and 1995-2000). He was co-convenor of the Indo-Bangladesh Track II Dialogue from 2004-2007. He has anchored Bangla television programmes on Indo-Bangladesh issues.
RANJIT NAIR is the Director of the Centre for Philosophy and Foundations of Science, New Delhi.
JERRY PINTO is a writer who lives and works in Mumbai. His latest book is Em and the Big Hoom (Aleph, 2012).
AJIT SAHI is a journalist based in Delhi.
RAHUL SHARMA is the former editor of Khaleej Times, Dubai and is currently President, Public Affairs, Genesis Burson-Marstellar, India.

PRAHLAD SHEKHAWAT is Director of Alternative Development and Research Center, Jaipur and the author of three books on human development, culture and well-being.
VIDYA VENKAT is a Felix scholar studying Social Anthropology of Development at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, UK.


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